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Monday, June 6, 2011

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More Often than Not, Young Adults Consider Themselves ‘Spiritual, but Not Religious’, Add One of These to Your Spiritual Summer Reading List, Meditation Is Neither Complicated Nor Mystical…

Wade in the wonders of the world! ~The SBNR.org Team


Today’s Meditation:

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A relaxation and guided meditation based on the teachings of Eckhart Tolle.


Spirituality News & Posts:

1. Tiffany Steinwert:
More Often than Not, Young Adults Consider Themselves ‘Spiritual, but Not Religious’

“The SBNR movement embodies a deep wisdom and tradition of relentless seeking and searching that should be familiar to those in organized religion. This quest for spiritual truth is as old as time with each generation of believers pursuing deeper truths to the ones given. After all, faith in the best sense is never static, but ever evolving.”

2. Cathleen Falsani: Add One of These to Your Spiritual Summer Reading List
“The great American clergyman and social reformer Henry Ward Beecher described summer as “a temperate zone in the mind … just between laziness and labor.” It was to this season, Beecher said, that “summer reading belongs.” This season brings a rich collection of new spiritually themed titles that promise to captivate the soul and the imagination as they reveal secrets and explore dark corners of the world of faith.”

3. Dr. Arnie Kozak: Meditation Made Simple: Seven Considerations to Get You Going
Part Two: Meditation Is Neither Complicated Nor Mystical

“The instructions for meditation couldn’t be simpler. The instructions are as follows: Pay attention to what is happening now, when you’re attention moves into the future or past or starts talking about the present, bring it back. Repeat as necessary.”

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